Attention B2B Marketers: Access 30 Million IT Decision Makers with a Custom Lead Generation Program Click to Learn More!
Welcome Guest | Sign In
TechNewsWorld.com

Results 1-20 of 4090 for Linux (0.004 secs).

Searching: Articles | Discussions

Sort by Date | Sort by Relevance

Jack M. Germain
Endless OS Helps Tear Down Linux Wall
02/22/18 2:31 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1518 Words

Although it looks and feels a lot like an Android shell running on a PC, Endless OS is a fully functional Linux distro designed to be easy to install and very simple to use.

Endless Mobile released this latest version, 3.3.10,...

David Jones
Suse, AWS Nudge SAP Customers to the Cloud
02/20/18 10:05 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 494 Words

... recently entered an agreement to expand its relationship with Amazon Web Services, allowing Suse Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications to be sold directly on the AWS Marketplace. AWS customers that are running SAP workloads on Suse Linux Enterprise Server for SAP...

Jack M. Germain
Kudos to Namib Linux for Making Arch Approachable
02/13/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 972 Words

Namib is an ideal Linux distro for anyone who wants to ease into the Arch approach to computing.

Namib is a newcomer -- the third and current release (version 17.11) arrived late last year. However, it makes up for its lack of...

Jack M. Germain
Skype Comes to Linux in a Snap
02/02/18 1:17 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 741 Words

Canonical on Thursday announced the availability of Skype as a Snap file, the universal Linux app packaging format. The release means that Skype can deliver its communication service to a wider range of Linux users, not just those who run Canonical's Ubuntu Linux...

Jack M. Germain
Free Linux Tool Monitors Systems for Meltdown Attacks
01/27/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 769 Words

SentinelOne this week released Blacksmith, a free Linux tool that can detect Meltdown vulnerability exploitation attempts , so system administrators can stop attacks before they take root. The company has been working on a similar tool to detect Spectre vulnerability attacks.

Though...

Jack M. Germain
SolydXK Plasma Rewards Effort With Stunning Results
01/25/18 4:01 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 891 Words

SolydXK is a Debian-based Linux distribution that comes with a choice of the Xfce (SolydX) or KDE (SolydK) desktop. The latest edition of SolydXK, released this month, provides a state-of-the-art Linux platform.

When I first reviewed the SoldXK distro back in 2013,...

Jack M. Germain
SentinelOne Debuts Unified OS Threat Protection
02/15/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 580 Words

SentinelOne this week announced a partnership with Microsoft to bolster threat protection for mixed platform users, making computing safer for Linux machines in a multiplatform workplace. SentinelOne will integrate its Endpoint Protection Platform with Microsoft's Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection service to cover...

Jonathan Terrasi
Open Up the Source Code to Lock Down Your Data
02/08/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1082 Words

... readers probably already know this, but the main consideration that persuaded me to try Linux was security. With the many devastating breaches and unsettling privacy encroachments revealed in the past few years, I wanted to take control my digital life. My journey...

Jack M. Germain
WiFi Routers Riddled With Holes: Report
02/06/18 3:27 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1482 Words

However, the Linux operating system also may be in the crosshairs because so many variations of Linux distributions prevent a centralized patch deployment solution, Kang explained.

Windows 10 and the macOS have addressed the security issues to neutralize the router vulnerabilities. An...

Jack M. Germain
Open Source Software Turns 20-Something
02/03/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1724 Words

For instance, Red Hat launched as a start-up in 1993, with the goal of developing its own Linux distribution for enterprise use.

Other noteworthy dates in open source history: 1994 -- work began on the development of the free database MySQL; 1996...

Jack M. Germain
SoftMaker for Linux Is a Solid Microsoft Office Alternative
12/27/17 7:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1179 Words

SoftMaker Office could be a first-class professional-strength replacement for Microsoft Office on the Linux desktop.

The Linux OS has its share of lightweight word processors and a few nearly worthy standalone spreadsheet apps, but very few high-end integrated office suites exist for...

Jonathan Terrasi
With Linux, You Don't Get One Kernel of Truth... You Get Many
01/09/18 2:10 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1102 Words

... much as I love to poke at the inner workings of my computer, I'll admit that until recently, I didn't give much thought to which version of the Linux kernel my desktop system was running. For most desktop users, this isn't all...

Jack M. Germain
If You're Ready for Arch, ArchMerge Eases the Way
12/12/17 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1271 Words

Newcomer ArchMerge Linux offers a big change for the better to those switching from the Debian Linux lineage to the Arch Linux infrastructure.

ArchMerge Linux is a recent spinoff of ArchLabs Linux. I recently reviewed Archlabs and found it to be a...

Jack M. Germain
Barcelona Opts for Breath of Open Source Fresh Air
01/20/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 981 Words

... city officials have voted to shut the door on Microsoft Windows in favor of the Linux operating system and open source technology. The city hopes to save money from proprietary software license fees and to build a specialized library of open source...

Jack M. Germain
Massive Intel Chip Security Flaw Threatens Computers
01/03/18 2:45 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 806 Words

... design flaw in all Intel chips produced in the last decade is responsible for a vulnerability that puts Linux , Windows and macOS-powered computers at risk, according to multiple press reports. The flaw reportedly is in the kernel that controls the chip...

Jack M. Germain
GeckoLinux: A Polished Distro Just Got Smoother
01/11/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1106 Words

GeckoLinux offers both seasoned users and new distro adopters an easy way to try an openSuse-based spin that is loaded with features and an ample inventory of the leading Linux desktops.

The developer released a major update of GeckoLinux earlier this week.

David Jones
Zealot Loads Cryptocurrency Miner on Linux, Windows Machines
12/22/17 7:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 602 Words

In Linux systems, a "nohup" shell command runs in the background and executes a spearhead bash script. The script checks to see if the machine is already infected and fetches cryptominer malware called "mule."

In Windows, the STRUTS payload runs a...

Jack M. Germain
New Open Platform Helps Enterprises Manage Their Own Cloud Services
12/06/17 11:03 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 844 Words

The poster child for this adoption model was Linux , and most open source projects have attempted to follow in its footsteps.

That approach is central to CoreOS' new version of Tectonic, and its ability to support automated container functions within...

David Jones
FOSS Community Struggles to Patch Against Spectre, Meltdown Flaws
01/13/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 614 Words

Suse engineers have been working with partners and the Linux community on upstream kernel patches and have released patches for Suse Linux Enterprise, Matthias Eckermann, director of product management, wrote earlier this month in an online post.

Additional patches for SLE...

John P. Mello Jr.
Major Players Roll Up Sleeves to Solve Open Source Licensing Problems
11/30/17 11:18 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 639 Words

Fueling Linux Growth
The companies expressed hope that this week's actions will influence others.

"We believe in promoting greater fairness and predictability in license enforcement and the growth of participation in the open source community," Red Hat Executive Vice...

1 2 3 4 5 6 Next

Search for: In:

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ RSS
What do you think about Google's addition of an 'annoying ad' blocker to Chrome?
It's terrific -- I don't want people making money from harassing me.
It's not enough -- all ads are annoying.
It's dangerous industry dominance -- Google is already too powerful.
It's irrelevant to me -- I already use an ad blocker.
I'd rather put up with ads than pay for online content.
I don't use Chrome, but I'd like to see this in my browser.
Content Marketing on ALL EC